s13ep Posted June 11, 2015 Share Posted June 11, 2015 A thread for conspiracy theories or discussion of such... Nihilistic Sensual Implications in Social Groups My argument is that, what can be referred to as "social fiends", plague social circles with nihilistic behavior that isn't immediately recognized as nihilistic because it's abstruse. An analogy, someone may work hard for hours, days or years, only to have his work destroyed in a moment. Ruins are easily created, but for the man who spent his time working on a house, it's not such a simple thing, it's a complexity that's hard to break out of, that actually causes a lot of hassle. To the man, it's a problem. Which brings me to my point. Often tension arises in social circles, through discussion, debate, or other people's disgust. A point may be made in the jest of a conversation, but then as the tension falls, people lose connection with the goings on ( especially on the internet, it's less physical ) - they get bored of it, and lazy. Some wait for hours, just to make a response when the tension has died down, in light of declaring someone they don't like as an outcast, or winning a debate cheaply. What does this behavior imply? That the man should now be plagued with dark thoughts? He should be weakened somewhat? Bullied? I don't think he should, because I take my time to notice what was implied sensually. A metaphor, some grumpy man enters an art gallery and sees something he doesn't like, ripping it off the wall... Someone enters a thread, and immediately tries tearing it down like a feral child. Now, the man who made the thread has a right to stand his ground, and if he does, he shouldn't be seen as a weak person, for he was placed into an awkward position, and it's in everyone's nature to escape or make the best out of these situations. To conclude, there are sensually nihilistic implications in social groups, that go overlooked or unnoticed, and I just wanted to rant about it, in light of fixing the problem. King of Kings Lord of Lords Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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